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How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Windscreen

How Much Does It Cost to Replace a Windscreen?

A damaged windscreen or other pieces of auto glass can be not only unappealing to look at but also potentially be very dangerous. That’s why it’s important to quickly replace your cracked windscreen after it’s damaged.  However, windscreen replacement can be costly and prices commonly range from $200 to $600, depending on the make and model of your vehicle. In some rare cases, car windscreen replacement can even cost up to $1000. What Can Cause a Windscreen to Break? The Insurance Australia Group have found some of the most common ways car windscreens can be chipped or cracked. These include:... Read More

When is the Best Time to Buy a Car

When is the Best Time to Buy a Car?

When you buy a car there’s a lot that complicates the process. From managing hidden costs to considering what additional features you might want to add, buying a car can quickly turn from simple to frustratingly complex. This is especially true if you want to find yourself a great bargain when you buy a new car. With this helpful guide, you’ll get to know the insight on when is the best time to buy a new car for yourself and save the most money you possibly can. The Best Day of the Week to Buy a Car You might be... Read More

Is it Illegal to Drive with a Cracked Windscreen in Western Australia?

Is it Illegal to Drive with a Cracked Windscreen in Western Australia?

Are you ignoring your chipped or cracked windscreen? Are you delaying the inevitable by not getting it fixed? You could be putting yourself and your passengers in danger while at the same time also breaking the law. To avoid an unfortunate accident or hefty legal fine, we share why you should consider fixing that windscreen — and do so today.  Your Cracked Windscreen Versus The WA Law  When it comes to the law, the specific road rules and regulations vary depending on your country and state. So, according to Western Australian law, is it illegal to drive with a cracked... Read More

How To Maintain Your Windscreen Wipers and Glass

How To Maintain Your Windscreen Wipers and Glass

Are your windscreen wipers looking worse for wear? Do you know what you need to do to maintain your windscreen wipers? It's more important than you might think that you keep them in tip-top shape.  If you've ever hit the long road and wanted to clean your windscreen, but it either had no water, or the blades left marks on your windscreen, you understand the frustration. Not only will poor-performing windscreen wipers affect your visibility of the road ahead, but you might also be breaking the law — without even realising it! However, this part of the vehicle is more... Read More

Things you can do to give yoru car a facelift - Washing your car to make it look nicer

Top Tips to Give Your Car a Facelift: from DIY Paint to Car Freshener Recipe

Is your car’s window tinting peeling, windscreen cracked or just in desperate need of a fresh coat of car paint? Does it have good bones, but need a little pick-me-up aesthetically?  If you’re feeling frustrated (and even slightly embarrassed) when rolling down the road in your trusty car, but you’re simply not ready to part with your four wheels just yet, there are other solutions.  You can give your car a little bit of TLC to make it look — and feel — like new. If it’s got good ‘bones’, there are various things you can do to breathe life... Read More

Head-up-display on Hyundai Kona

Your Guide to HUD: What Car Heads-Up Display Is All About

If you’ve always fantasised about bringing some car heads-up display magic to your car, you’re in luck. As fellow car-gadget enthusiasts, we’re here to break down everything you need to know about car heads-up display in our guide to HUD below. We all need a little bit of augmented reality sometimes. The reality is, your car can get in on the action too! However, there are a couple of things to keep in mind when using a HUD system in Western Australia.  Keeping Your Eyes on the Road: What Exactly is HUD? In very basic technical terms, it is a... Read More

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